While many would like to classify widespread child pornography and child abuse as a conspiracy theory, thousands of arrests are being made for those types of activities all over the country, and the world.
One frightening place that this kind of activity is all too common is our education institutes. As Lori Handrahan of Medium.com reported,
For the past few years I have been monitoring reports of professors and staff arrested for trading in child rape and torture; also known as child pornography. My research, which is far from comprehensive, details 123 professors and staff arrested on child pornography related charges. This is a small sample and does not represent the total number of professors and staff arrested for this crime. Both the volume and type of crime should raise alarm bells. Yet academic institutions remain silent. Protect the institution not the children, appears to be the rallying cry.
Mainstream media is as guilty as anyone when it comes to discounting the rampant problem of child abuse and sex trafficking. While this topic should be headline news around the world, you barely see a whisper of it. All it takes is one look at Lori’s database to cause your skin to crawl and begin to question the silence on the topic.
Since President Donald Trump has been sworn in on Jan. 20, authorities have arrested an unprecedented number of sexual predators involved in child sex trafficking rings in the United States. This should be one of the biggest stories in the national news. Instead, the mainstream media has barely, if at all, covered any of these mass pedophile arrests. This begs the question – why?
One might be curious as to the political leanings of these individuals listed in Lori’s work as Liberalism embraces more and more types of behavior we once classified as deviant. At one time it was gays fighting for acceptance and rights afforded previously only to heterosexuals. As time went on the LGB community, representing lesbian, gay, and bi-sexual individuals joined the fight.
As more types of behavior get added to the LGBT acronym, when will it become too deviant to be acceptable? The latest attempt to become part of the new norm is the “Minor-Attracted Persons” group. WND Managing Editor David Kupelian in his 2005 bestseller “The Marketing of Evil” wrote,
“Believe it or not, even child sexual abuse, rape, and incest (which its apologists euphemistically now call ‘adult-child-sex’ and ‘intergenerational sex’) are slowly but surely gaining respectability,” Kupelian wrote.
Kupelian noted that many people “think having sex with children is a good thing,” pointing to 100,000 websites at the time offering illegal child pornography. Worldwide, at the time, child porn generated $3 billion in annual revenues.
And more recent articles in major publications have approached the subject. Slowly but surely pedophilia is being added into our collective vocabulary as an acceptable term.
Todd Nickerson from Salon.com writes,
But isn’t that the definition of a pedophile, you may ask, someone who molests kids? Not really. Although “pedophile” and “child molester” have often been used interchangeably in the media, and there is some overlap, at base, a pedophile is someone who’s sexually attracted to children. That’s it. There’s no inherent reason he must act on those desires with real children. Some pedophiles certainly do, but many of us don’t. Because the powerful taboo keeps us in hiding, it’s impossible to know how many non-offending pedophiles are out there, but signs indicate there are a lot of us, and too often we suffer in silence. That’s why I decided to speak up.
Liberalism itself has had a suspicious eye turned to it. Questions are being asked about the overall goal of a progressive society. Where does it all end?
It has been noted that deviant sexual behavior results in more extreme deviancy. The reasons for this are up for debate but there are several theories that attempt to explain it. While progress, the root word of progressive, is a good thing when it comes socially manageable doses, progressivism seems to be attempting a leap over commonly held ideas of what is moral and what is acceptable to society at large.
Conservatives might be more resistant to change than other groups, but finding a good balance between stasis and progress should take into account what is good for our children and our Nation.